Tries to pack a lot of Heat but never quite hits the pinnacle… When it comes to cop thrillers...
Chastain is incredible in Aaron Sorkin’s impressive debut directorial stint. Jumping into the directorial chair for the first time,...
Lively shines in yet another low-par Forster directorial effort. Marc Forster’s CV hardly reads as the most positive and revitalising directorial careers in Hollywood. Despite his fantastic Monster’s Ball, Forster has since faltered with the likes of Machine Gun Preacher and the much criticised World War Z among others... Read more
Tries to pack a lot of Heat but never quite hits the pinnacle… When it comes to cop thrillers and films surrounding eloquent heists, it’s fair to say that in many cases we’ve seen it all before. There are the films that helped to define this corner of the... Read more
Chastain is incredible in Aaron Sorkin’s impressive debut directorial stint. Jumping into the directorial chair for the first time, Aaron Sorkin has forged his name into cinema history as one of the remarkable writers of this generation. The wordsmith has stamped his mark on the film industry with his... Read more
Wonder wears its heart on its sleeve, and anchored by a brilliant performance by Jacob Tremblay, the film is a delight. August Pullman (Jacob Tremblay) seems just like your typical kid. He has similar aspirations to many other children, and is particularly passionate about science and space travel. He... Read more
Strong trilogies are something that are very hard to come by these days, with the likelihood that by the time you reach the third film in a series the wheels have almost come off in terms of sheer quality of content. While Captain America and The Dark Knight may... Read more
Having just been released on Netflix this past Friday, and already creating buzz in terms of possible Oscar nominations and glory, Mudbound is a story that many have been talking about since its run on the festival circuit. While you can read our review of the film, starring Carey... Read more
More Christmas cheer than laugh-out-loud frolics When Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg paired up to take on a comedy in 2010’s The Other Guys, few would have predicted that a comedy duo of sorts would have been born. Wahlberg, usually known for his work in action thrillers or drama... Read more
Words by Chris Eastwood Watching the opening and finale of The Villainess make for a hair raising experience, it is the kind of white knuckle, face-meltingly exciting ride you expect at Thorpe Park not in a darkened room with a large Coke. The two sequences play like Jonas Akerland’s... Read more
The pieces are finally moving and the game is better than ever! Where the first episode of the series is tasked with reintroducing us to the faces and stories we might have forgotten over the extended break, the second episode can take us straight back into the action. Without... Read more
Comedic heavyweights Will Ferrell & Amy Poehler team up for backdoor gambling romp, The House. Here’s our official verdict.Read more
Acclaimed director Roger Michell attempts to tackle du Maurier’s gothic romance, My Cousin Rachel. Here’s our official review.Read more